LubriSyn Equine News
Halstrum, LLC President,
Richard J. Lundy
will be a guest speaker
along with Horse Owner Marty Grunder
and Fair Winds Farm’s Kimpton Williams.
With the recent addition to slot machine revenue, Ohio racing could be a lucrative place to test the waters in owning a thoroughbred racehorse. Getting your picture taken in the winners circle is every horse owners dream, but what does it take to get a horse to achieve that goal?
This Saturday, July 26th, Belterra Park Racetrack and the Ohio Thoroughbred Breeders and Owners association are teaming up to help educate the new racehorse owner. At 10:00am, at the west end of the grandstand, there will be a seminar with a question and answer session to guide the new owner in the sport of kings.
Guest speakers scheduled to participate in the seminar is horse owner, Marty Grunder, who was part owner in the grade I winning filly, In Lingerie, a winner of over $700,000 in 2012. Mr. Grunder is also the President and CEO of Grunder Landscaping which is based in Miamisburg, OH.
Also, Kimpton Williams, who is co-owner of Fair Winds Farm along with his wife Lori, is also scheduled to be a guest speaker at the event. Mr. Williams is an owner-breeder who stands some formidable stallions at his Waynesville, OH farm. The farm recently acquired popular west coast runner, Kettle Corn, who is by Candy Ride (ARG). Also the veteran, Mercer Mill has been at the leading stallion for nine straight years from 2001 to 2010, is a permanent resident there. Stately Victor, graded stake winner and grade I placed winner of over $900,000 is also among the new stallions on the roster. Stately Victor is a son of Ghostzapper out of Collect the Cash by Dynaformer.
Former Champion Horse Trainer and Halstrum, LLC President, Richard J. Lundy will also be a guest speaker at the event. Mr. Lundy was lucky enough to gain his tutelage under Hall of Fame trainer Charlie Whittingham before venturing out on his own in the early 1980′s. During the first few years as a private trainer for Payson Thoroughbreds, Mr. Lundy trained Carr De Naskra to win the 1984 Grade I Travers Stakes at Saratoga Racetrack. Other notable horses Mr. Lundy had trained were, Salem Drive, Lac Ouimet, Breeders Cup Winner Opening Verse and Champion older horse Blushing John. During the 1980′s and 90′s Richard Lundy was the most sought after trainer in the country, training for Sheik Mohammed, Virginia Kraft Payson, Hickory Tree Farm and Allen Paulson, just to name a few.
The seminar gets underway at 10:00AM, but if you get to the track early enough you can catch a glimpse of the thoroughbreds training over the track.
Bring plenty of questions as you will be able to gain some of the knowledge these Ohio horsemen have to share. Of course, keep your future equine athlete healthy with the LubriSynHA family of Products!
For further information on this event contact:
NHSRA National Sponsor LubriSynHA is looking to assist NHSRA members through the LubriSynHA Essay Scholarship. The winner of the essay contest will receive a $1,500 college scholarship, while the second-place finisher will earn a $1,000 scholarship. The scholarships are in addition to the $2,500 that LubriSyn already contributes to the performance-based scholarships awarded at the National High School Finals Rodeo.
Dr. Allday, the developer of LubriSyn HA and Re-Borne, has always taught, “Preventive medicine is smarter than restorative medicine,” and “Give the best care to your horse now, so you do not have to address serious problems later.”
LubriSynHA Essay Scholarship contest details:
* Write a 300 to 500-word essay on how you care for your horse, dog, show animal or even yourself.
* Include a photo of yourself and the topic covered in the essay.
* Email your essay and picture to Alex Hassinger at firstname.lastname@example.org by July 19, 2014.
* Winners will be announced July 31, 2014.
* All current junior high and high school members of NHSRA are eligible to apply.
To order LubriSyn products, call 800-901-8498 or visit LubriSyn.com.
World renowned dressage rider-trainer, Steffen Peters, who is a LubriSynHA endorsee, will be on hand at LubriSynHA booth #2309 on Saturday, April 12, 2014. Mr. Peters, who is conducting several clinic demonstrations during the course of the fair, will be at the LubriSyn Booth at 5:45 PM.
Steffen Peters, whose long list of credentials include competing in three Olympic Games, including a bronze medal in 1996. In 2006, Steffen competed at the World Equestrian Games in Aachen, Germany with Floriano, where he helped the U.S. to a team bronze medal.
And recently in 2011, Mr. Peters captured the individual and team gold in the 2011 Pan Am Games, with Horse of the Year, Ravel, who was retired from competition in 2012. Mr. Peters is the first person to be awarded the USEF’s Equestrian of the Year Awards three times in 2008, 2009 and 2011.
LubriSynHA who is also a proud sponsor of the Midwest Horse Fair. The fair which started on Friday, April 11th will be going on till the 13th of April.
Stop by and see Nick and Cathy to hear what people are saying about LubriSynHA. The revolutionary science developed by Dr. Steven Allday, has enabled horse owners to reduce the amount of injections they are giving to their horses and maintaining soundness with a safer natural method.
The trade show hours are 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM and is located in the Exhibition Hall B.
We here at the LubriSyn Family of Products are very proud to be associated with Team Roper, Charly Crawford. He had a great 2013 and we look forward to an even better 2014. Here is a great article on his success. Congratulations to you and Jackie and best of luck this year!
LubriSynHA was honored to host the Chad Masters & Charly Crawford Roping Clinic this past weekend at Allday Farm and Arena in Shelbyville, Kentucky. Nineteen headers and nine heelers got the opportunity to learn from the two-time World Champion Header and seven-time NFR Qualifier. “I went to a roping school to brush up on a few things. I ended up learning more from two headers than I have from any heeler in 22 years of roping!”
We were also pleased to include the presence of a talented writer and long time friend, Jennie Rees. Jennie was nice enough to write a nice recap of her Q&A with the cowboys when they visited Keeneland in Lexington, KY on Friday.
You can read the article here.
Thank you to all of those who helped arranged this great event and we look forward to putting on another in the future!
LubriSynHA is proud to sponsor the best of the best in the equine industry. We are thrilled to partner with great horseman Jason Smith with Jason Smith Quarter Horses. We were able to get with Jason and ask him some questions about his operation and his use of LubriSynHA.
Q: How long have you been in your industry?
I have been involved with the Quarter Horses and Livestock for over 30 years. My family and I participate in Western Pleasure, Halter, Livestock and 4H, and many more activities.
Q: Where are you from? Where do you reside now?
I am originally from Douglas, Wyoming. We currently call Whitesboro, Texas home.
Q: What organizations do you currently belong to?
I am currently a member of the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA), the American Paint Horse Association (APHA), and the Palomino Horse Breeders Association (PHBA). I am also a founding member of the World Confirmation Horse Association (WCHA).
Q: How do you typically start your day?
My family and I start our days by feedings and caring for all of our horses in training. We carefully look over each animal, checking their body condition, feet, and overall appearance. Daily checks ensure that each animal is in good health.
Q: How has LubriSynHA fit into your daily routine?
LubriSynHA is a daily part of our routine. It is administered each day with their morning feed. We use the gallon size LubriSynHA that comes with a pump so it is very easy to make sure each horse gets their dose.
Q: Have you noticed a difference in your or your horse’s performance since starting a daily regimen of LubriSynHA?
Yes, very much so. I take it myself and I notice that performing daily tasks is easier and takes less of a toll on my body. I definitely notice a huge difference in my horses. Their training is consistent and they recover much more quickly.
Q: Do you inject your horses?
I do still inject in severe cases, but it is not anywhere near as much as I used to.
Q: What is the most important piece of advice you can give to a young horseman?
The most important advice I can give is that consistency and hard work go a long way.
Q: Where is your favorite vacation spot?
My family and I love to visit Hawaii. Obviously, horses are a huge responsibility and it can be difficult to get away, but we try to when we can. It is very important to take time off and recharge!
Q: Do you have any other pets?
Naturally, our farm has several dogs. We are definitely dog lovers.
Q: What do you see yourself doing in 5 years? 10 years? 25 years?
I will probably be doing the only thing I have ever wanted to do: training horses.
If you would like to learn more about Jason Smith and his organization, you can visit his website Jason Smith Quarter Horses.
This weekend (Aug 17th and Aug 18th) marks the running of the Arlington Million among other well-known stake races coast to coast. Every horse owner and trainer’s dream is to have horses in their barn good enough to compete in the high caliber stake races. LubrisynHA is well represented this weekend from coast to coast.
Starting off at Saratoga Racecourse, the feature races are the Sword Dancer, a grade I race on the turf and the Alabama Stakes, also a grade I for 3-year-old fillies. Trainer Todd Pletcher sends out the Kentucky Oaks winner Princess of Sylmar and Galloping Giraffe in the Alabama. Princess of Sylmar, owned by King of Prussia stables will be the favorite in this event. Both of those entrants use LubrisynHA to maintain joint health.
Heading to Chi-town and Arlington Park, LubrisynHA has several runners. In the Secretariat Stakes, Admiral Kitten for trainer Mike Maker and Jack Milton who is trained by Todd Pletcher. In the Beverly D, Artemus Kitten again for trainer Maker, and the talented west coast shipper Marketing Mix for trainer Tom Proctor will race in the filly and mare turf event.
The Arlington Million will feature Timeraine from the Proctor barn along with an overseas entry named Grandeur who is trained by Jeremy Noseda, another trainer who uses LubrisynHA.
On the journey, we stop at Delaware Park to see the entries in the Roseanna Stakes. Trainer Tony Dutrow sends out Welcome Guest in the Roseanna. Trainer Dutrow keeps his stock on LubriSynHA as a preventative tool.
We keep heading south to Gulfstream Park where their feature race is the Paseana Stakes. LubrisynHA user, Gerald Procino will put the saddle on Isabelle’s Thunder at the Hallandale, FL track.
Our journey takes us slightly to the west to Shreveport, LA and Louisiana Downs. Trainer Tom Amoss will send out several runners on their Louisiana Cup Day. We head up at Canterbury Park in Minnesota, Tom Proctor will send out Lily the Pink in the Minnesota HBPA Distaff. Ironically Scott Stevens who will ride the Proctor trainee is a LubriSynHA user.
“Since we’ve started using LubriSynHA, we’ve noticed the quality of the joint is much better. Would I recommend LubriSynHA? Absolutely not! I want to keep it all to myself!” Multiple Eclipse Award winning trainer, Todd Pletcher.
That is just a few of the LubriSynHA users this weekend that will be racing and trying for that big purse money. LubriSynHA is familiar with all disciplines of the equine industry. From Mountaineer Park to Saratoga Racecourse, no horse is not worth being fed LubriSynHA on a daily basis. When it comes to joint health, rebuilding cartilage will only do so much to keep a joint healthy. The key to healthy joints is the high molecular weight of LubriSynHA. LubriSynHA is a small price to pay when it comes to keeping your horse sound and in the winner’s circle!
Are you a user of Adequan? If so, then you have definitely been affected by the lack of product available. Supplies of Adequan i.m., a polysulfated glycosaminoglycan (PSGAG) approved by the FDA to treat joint problems in horses and dogs have been extremely limited or non-existent over the past few months. Due to FDA driven renovations to meet enhanced quality standards, Luitpold, manufacturer of Adequan, has issued several press releases about their shortage and when it is expected to be available again.
Why let your four-legged friends and partners suffer while you wait for product to be available again? Introducing LubriSynHA into your animals’ routine is a safe, cost-effective way to reduce or even eliminate injections for both horses and dogs. LubriSynHA’s patented all-natural, bio-identical hyaluronic acid naturally lubricates joints to relieve pain and inflammation. Isn’t it time you stopped waiting?
Dr. Steve Allday, DVM Voted Newest Board Member of Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement Facility
(July 15, 2013) Halstrum, LLC and Old Friends announce that Dr. Steven Allday, DVM was voted onto the Board of Directors of Old Friends, a 501C-3 Retired Thoroughbred Racehorse Facility in Lexington, KY.
Dr. Steve Allday has specialized in Equine sports medicine with a focus on Thoroughbreds for more than 25 years. He has treated such luminaries of the turf as 1992 Horse of the Year A.P. Indy, the “Invincible” Cigar, 1997 Horse of the Year Favorite Trick, as well as winners of 13 Triple Crown races and 29 Breeders’ Cup races. His expertise has been in demand across the country, from Hollywood Park to Belmont, and across the pond in Newmarket and Curragh.
In addition to his veterinary practice Dr. Allday is also an entrepreneur in the industry of natural equine health care. He is the founder and CEO of Halstrum, LLC, makers of the joint care supplements LubriSynHA for horses, pets, humans, and livestock, and of Re- Borne, LLC., makers of Re-Borne, a unique formulation of concentrated bovine colostrum that is the natural alternative for antibiotics, steroids and hormones in both equines and canines.
Dr. Allday has even transferred his equine skills into the saddle, become a prominent figure in one of the nation’s fastest-growing equine sports: team roping.
“I am so excited to be a member of the Old Friends team,” said Allday. “The continuous care of Thoroughbreds beyond their racing and breeding careers is imperative to the industry and I am looking forward to upholding its mission.”
Old Friends was founded in 2003 by former Boston Globe film critic, Michael Blowen, and now cares for over 130 horses across three states, most of them stallions whose racing and breeding careers have come to an end. The formation of Old Friends kicked into gear when the news broke that Kentucky Derby winner Ferdinand had perished in a slaughterhouse in 2003. “We went from getting five emails a day to hundreds,” notes Blowen.” “We knew such a death could never happen again, and so the plan became to bring at risk racehorses to Old Friends and provide them with a dignified retirement.”
Dr. Steven Allday, DVM founder and developer of LubriSyn and Re-Borne will be on Stage at the National Ropers Supply Trade show at MGM Grand. (See Below for date and times) Alongside Dr. Allday will be TV Host Richard Winters another. Dr. Allday can be seen on Richard Winters Horsemanship on HRTV and HRTV.com, telling the benefits of “911 not 411” preventive medicine.
Thursday, December 13th: 12:00 TO 12:30 Dr. Allday and Richard Winters will be at the NRS Trade Show Stage in the MGM Grand Convention center.